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No. 54 Galliard

250 SEK

The No. 54 Palm pattern is marbled with metallic gold, nougat, brown, dark grey, black, and oxblood red, on black paper.

Palm is a modern pattern, dating from the 20th century, that requires four different combs and is demanding to make. A Turkish base (the oldest European marbling pattern, dating back to the 15th century) is made by tapping colours from a brush onto the marbling bath, creating a random, spotted pattern. A comb is then drawn twice vertically, in opposite directions, through the Turkish base, then likewise horizontally. Lastly, a comb is drawn vertically in lines, creating a pattern resembling palm fronds.

Palm is also called Fern, Fougère, and Farn

Galliard pages measure:
165 x 225 mm ≈ 6,5 x 9 inches


Marbré notebooks are bound in handmade marbled paper, come in three sizes, in many palettes and patterns, with ruled or plain pages, and no two notebooks are exactly alike.


The standard Marbré notebook sizes are made for portability. Larger models and traditional photo albums are being developed and will be available later in 2015.

The large notebooks measure 165 x 225 mm, or roughly 6,5 x 9 in.


The medium notebooks measure 125 x 165 mm, or roughly 5 x 6,5 in.


The landscape notebooks measure 165 x 110 mm, or roughly 6,5 x 4,5 in.


Marbré notebooks are made with the highest quality materials. The superior Munken, off-white, 150 gsm, acid-free archival paper, takes all manner of pen and pencil beautifully. The cloth on the covers stretches fully behind the marbled panels, to ensure strength and durability. The ruled pages have light grey lines that are practically invisible when the page has writing.


Marbré notebooks are proudly made in Europe, to guarantee minimal environmental impact and maximal manufacturing quality. Marbré notebooks manufacturers and materials are certified Nordic Ecolabel and EU Ecolabel, two of the worlds most stringent regulations. The beautifully situated Munkedal paper plant, in the heart of Scandinavia, is certified as one of the cleanest on the planet. 

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